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'llly supporter. he did support barack obama in 2008. goldman went heavily to romney in 2012, but in going heavily to romney, you know, blankfein would tell people he's always been a hillary person, and that's what he's telling them right now. larry heavily supported barack obama in 2008, supported him, from what i understand, in 2012. liz: do these guys ever give money to both republicans and democrats? >> well, goldman -- as institutions they generally do, but as individuals, they kind of give you senses of where they would like most of the money to go. jamie dimon back in 2008 or pre-2008 clearly told people he wanted president obama to win the election, he was candidate obama, and a lot of the money from jpmorgan moved to obama, and the same thing that goldman sachs where gary cohen was an original obama supporter, a lot of the money moved to the eventual president. but larry's interesting, larry fink, because the game, i think, for him is becoming treasury secretary. liz: right. >> now, that is, in my view, a thankless job particularly now that you have so much economic problems, and you have
'll find out what he's putting his money in. >>> health insurance ceos sitting down with president obama right now just one day after the president announced that health insurance companies can keep people on their existing plans for one more year. peter barnes tracking the story as the ceos are, what, inside right now, peter? >> reporter: yeah, that's right, liz. about 25 minutes ago we saw a whole gaggle of these health insurance executives arrive at the west wing of the white house, and so we presume that the meeting is underway now with the president, and they came here with a warning for him that as a result of this announcement that he made yesterday to allow people who want to renew their, who may have had their plan canceled but now want to renew it, that this change could cause higher premiums for some customers, could destabilize the health insurance market here. and aetna, for one, putting out a statement saying that it supports the efforts to allow people to keep the insurance that they've got, however, we will need cooperation and expedited approval from state regulators to
's head of president obama's mortgage task force designed to hold banks accountable for mortgage fraud during the runup to the financial crisis. so he came out and basically front ran the announcement on the justice department. i don't think we're going to get a press conference coming out of attorney general holder out of this. i think we'll see a statement, we definitely will see some paperwork, and that's the key thing. every investor has to look at this because if they conceded to something really bad, it's going to be a problem for shareholders. we should point out last week when i first reported this deal was essentially done, just waiting for the justice department to announce it, jpmorgan felt its concessions weren't that onerous. we'll have to see. i think people will be arguing about that for a while and see how many lawsuits come as a result of this. but, you know, one of the major sort of hurdles for jpmorgan was getting this deal done and moving on to the next settlement, which there'll be a few more, and it looks like imminently we're going to get the announcement to make
to something else. take a listen. >> the obstruction we've seen from republicans against president obama has reached new heights never dreamed of, never dreamed of, never even come close in the history of the country. >> this was nothing more than a power grab in order to try to advance the obama administration's regulatory agenda, and, you know, they just broke the senate rules. in order to exercise the power grab. >> reporter: so thousand these types -- now these types of nominations will require just 51 votes to clear the senate, but because the fed is an independent branch of government, i do have a couple of e-mails and calls out to confirm that yellen's confirmation -- her follow nation would fall under this new rule. as soon as we get the answer, liz, we'll be with back to you. liz: i know you've been watching the markets too, peter, because you have eyes in the back of your head. we have an unbelievable rally. those who are long the market, pensions and 401(k)s and portfolios, you're loving this right now was the dow -- because the dow is on track to finish at its 40th record high of
involved with various jurisdictions. it was handled very well today. thank you. >> obama one second the reader will next year from fbi special agent in charge, special agent the talk a little bit about the investigation. >> very well. >> david dot pitch, special agent in charge of the fbi. first of three working hand-in-hand with our partners to include the los angeles police department, the l.a. airport police in respect to this investigation. this investigation is ongoing. i will give you very few facts today. we're working with the u.s. attorney's office as well as our partners. will not talk about the victim's today. we still have people that we have to be in contact with in the meantime. we're going to bring -- >> officials in los angeles to be as the story that they know so far, and that is tha a loan rifleman carrying an assault rifle earlier today entered los angeles international airport right there that a passenger screening area and opened fire killing at least one person, reportedly another tsa agent. as a another because the report is that the gunman was a former tsa ag
is president obama is committed to seeing this through. it will ultimately get implemented. it is the law of the land and you have the tail winds. we like to see the dentist baby boomer is about to turn 50 next year. liz: the supreme court upheld it. it was voted in, he was elected the second time. it certainly was an ugly rollout but again if your believe is it will happen there you go down the road. what are you avoiding? >> we are underweight consumer staples, utilities and telecom. essentials the growth head winds, you had evaluation overshoot back earlier this year when people were really reaching for yields but in the environment we are expecting we are expecting higher interest rates and those are the factors that will be sensitive to higher interest rates. liz: he has a great perspective on 2014 and we will paula of julien's ideas on facebook.com/liz claman. ubs's u.s. equity and derivative strategist, told gained at ubs we set high. closing bell 7 minutes away. record day. watch the numbers. wall street is cheering on the dow jones industrials, as in the and russell 2,000. they a
think the public, you know, has to -- i mean, here's -- why are we bringing this up? the obama administration is now in this sort of overdrive mode. they're basically telling the public it's holding wall street accountable for its sins, and as you know, following the financial crisis not a single bank, not a single top bank executive really has been, none of them have been indicted or charged. liz: so they're on fox business started e-mailing in on the chime and saying where are the perp walks? >> i like eric, but he's technically wrong about that because there have been plenty of perp walks. steve cohen has not been charged, but michael steinberg -- liz: we did have that video of him -- >> that was a perp walk. matthew martoma. my point is, the bigger point i'm trying to make is there's some publicity value out of this. they're trying to conflate this with the financial crisis. they haven't indicted anybody for the financial crisis crime, and you heard him say this, he almost admitted it, no firm is too big, no bank is too big to go after -- liz: to jail. >> we are proving tha
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